Category Archives: 1960’s

Flurry of radio traffic 100 light years from earth!

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

Most of you won’t have noticed, but stars and other celestial bodies located within 100 light years of earth have experienced a surprising and by celestial standards, sudden flurry of radio traffic.  To those located 100 light years away from earth it’s only a trickle, much of which is in Morse code.  If any green three-headed monsters are attempting to decode them they’ll find themselves being brought up-to-date on the attempted allied invasion of Turkey and human slaughter all across Europe.

However, those bodies nearer the earth have already been through the events of WWI.  Radio signal traffic is getting a lot more pervasive and the news is good.  At least for those located far enough away so’s they haven’t learned yet about the worldwide depression beginning in 1929.

But that’s okay.  It’s only in the poorer parts of the world where honest-to-goodness famine has anyone dying of starvation in large numbers.  Things are getting better everywhere.  Except in Asia, where the Japanese are on a mission of self-discovery.  But the people they’re slaughtering by the hundreds of thousands aren’t exactly white, so the radio traffic doesn’t get too excited about it.

Nearer stars, though, have already been through all that.  It’s old news.  What’s bothering those stars 70 light years away getting radio broadcasts just now about the beginnings of WWII is that it’s beginning to sound repetitious.  Hell, it wasn’t that long ago WWI was the big news, and here comes WWII and the only thing different enough to keep it from getting boring is the music.  Those stars 70 light years away are really enjoying big bands.  They’re dancing to Begin the Beguine and hoping that war will last forever.

Bummer.  Those 60 light years away have been through the damned big bands.  For them the Mills Brothers, Artie Shaw, Vera Lynn and the Andrews Sisters are fading out of the picture.  They’re stuck, those stars 60 light years away, with the dirty bop and Walkin’ My Baby Back Home with Johnny Ray and Nat King Cole.  Or Gene Autry Back in the Saddle Again and Mule Train by Frankie Laine.

Those stellar bodies 50 light years away are shaking their heads with relief because the last nasal whines of the Lousiana Hayride have faded.  For them it’s Elvis Presley, those British guys, and rock and roll has arrived.  They’re limboing and twisting in high society.  Chubby Checker, Brook Benton, Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash are all out there 50 light years away doing their early years, their best.

Those stars 50 light years away don’t know how good they have it.  They’d best enjoy it while they can because 40 and 30 light years are on their way.  Disco and Rap.  Yeah, 40 had Willie Nelson and that surge of Austin, Texas cw, but the price was high and it didn’t take long for cw to be something even an 18 legged insect the size of an elephant could enjoy only during sex.

Unfortunately, no matter how few light years remained between them and earth things got fairly stable.  What’s headed out to them is more damned rap more damned syrup country music, and a lot of Asian music that sounds like water dripping into a bucket.

We, as a planet have exported just about as much pleasure to those damned aliens as we had in us to do.  From here on out is is the musical equivalent of Chinese steel.  Even the rubber monster toys have gone second rate.

But hell, it’s all FM anyway.  They’ll have to come here if they want to hear it.  And they’d best bring along some of that stuff from 50, 60 light years out.

Even the damned wars don’t make any sense.  The elevator music of the 21st Century.

Old Jules

Incidentally, for those who are interested, here’s where you can still find that old time rock and roll and a little Red Foley, along with I Didn’t Know God Made Honkytonk Angels:

http://solstation.com/stars3/100-gs.htm

  • Main sequence stars have internal zones which are either convective or radiative. Massive stars (with “several” Solar masses) are convective deep in their cores, and are radiative in their outer layers. By comparison, low mass stars (Sol-type F and G and cooler stars) have convective outer layers and radiative cores. Intermediate mass stars (i.e., spectral type A) may be radiative throughout. (More discussion on the internal structure of main sequence stars is available from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.)
  • Nearby G Stars by DistanceThe following celestial objects are located within 30.7 parsecs, 100 light-years (ly), of Sol.
    HIPPARCOS,
    RECONS,
    NStar
    Distance (ly)
    Name or
    Designation
    Spectral &
    Luminosity
    Type
    Solar
    Masses
    Constellation Notes
    Yellow-Orange Stars
    0.0 Sol G2 V 1.000 8+ planets, dust, brown dwarf b?
    4.4 Alpha Centauri A G2 V 1.09-1.10 Centaurus a(AB)=23.7 AUs, e=0.519
    10
    11.9 Tau Ceti G8 Vp 0.81-82 Cetus Dust disk, old star
    18.8 Sigma Draconis G9 V 0.89 Draco Alsafi, Sig Dra, HR 7462, Hip 96100, HD 185144
    19.4 Eta Cassiopeiae A G3 V 0.9-1.1 Cassiopeia Achird, a=71 AUs, e=0.497
    19.8 82 Eridani G5 V 0.97 Eridanus e Eri, old, spec. double?, planets
    19.9 Delta Pavonis G5-8 IV-V 1.1 Pavo Subgiant?, HR 7665
    20
    21.8 Xi Boötis A G8 Ve 0.94 Boötes a=33.6 AUs, e=0.51, HR 5544 A
    24.4 Beta Hydri G2 IV 1.1 Hydrus Subgiant, HR 98, Gl 19
    24.6 Mu Cassiopeiae A G5 VIp 0.6 +/-0.2 Cassiopeia Subdwarf, a=1.44 AUs, e=0.561, HR 321, Gl 53 A
    27.3 Alula Australis Ba G0-5 Ve 0.90 Ursa Major Brown dwarf b, a(Bab)=0.06 AUs, e=0.00
    27.3 Chara G0 V <1.08 Canes Venatici Bet CVn, HR 4785, Gl 475
    27.4 Mu Herculis Aa G5 IV 1.1 Hercules Subgiant; HR 6623, a(Aab)=17.2 AUs, e=0.34; sep(Aab-BC)=286 AUs
    27.8 61 Virginis G5-6 V 0.96 Virgo 3 planets, HR 5019, Gl 506
    28.3 Chi1 Orionis A G0 V ~1 Orion Barium; a=6.4 AUs, e=0.45
    28.7 41 Arae A G8-K0 V ? Ara a=210 AUs, e=0.901, HR 6416
    29.9 Groombridge 1830 G8 VIp 0.6 Ursa Major Subdwarf, superflares, HR 4450, Gl 451 A
    29.9 Kappa Ceti G5 Ve ~1 Cetus Superflares, HR 996, Gl 137
    30
    30.1 HR 4523 A G2-5 Ve 0.85 Centaurus Planet, Gl 442 A, HD 102365 A
    31.1 61 Ursae Majoris G8 Ve 0.81 Ursa Major HR 4496, Gl 434
    33.1 Alpha Mensae G5-6 V 0.87? Mensa Alp Men, HR 2261, Gl 231
    34.4 Iota Persei G0 V 1.3 Perseus Iot Per, HR 937, Gl 124
    35.2 Zeta Herculis B G7-K0 V 0.98 Hercules Zet Her B, Gl 635 B, BD+31 2884 B
    35.4 Delta Trianguli A G0.5 Ve 1.09 Triangulum Del Tri, HR 660, Gl 92
    36.5 11 Leonis Minoris A G8 V 0.9-1? Leo Minor SV LMi, HR 3815
    37.0 Muphrid A G0 IV 1.5 Boötes Subgiant, Eta Boo, HR 5235
    38.3 Lambda Serpentis G0 V ? Serpens Caput Lam Ser, HR 5868, Gl 598
    38.4 Iota Pegasi B G8 V 0.81 Pegasus Iot Peg B, HD 210027 B
    39.4-9 Zeta2 Reticuli G1-2 V 0.99 Reticulum Zet2 Ret, HR 1010, HD 20807
    39.4-9 Zeta1 Reticuli G2.5-5 V 0.93 Reticulum Zet1 Ret, HR 1006, Gl 136, HD 20766
    40
    40.4 85 Pegasi Aa G5 Vb 0.88 Pegasus 85 Peg, HR 9088, Gl 914
    40.9 55 (Rho1) Cancri – Rho1 A G8 V 0.95 Cancer Planets, dust dusk, 55 Cnc, HR 3522, Gl 324
    41.0 HR 3259 G7.5-K0 V 0.86 +/- 0.03 Puppis Planets, asteroids, Gl 302, HD 69830, BD-12 2449
    41.2 HR 483 A G1.5 V 0.97 +/- 0.23 Andromeda Gl 67 A, HD 10307, BD+41 328
    41.2 Lambda Aurigae G0-1.5 IV-V ? Auriga Subgiant?, Lam Aur, HR 1729
    41.4 HR 683 G5-8 V ? Fornax Gl 95, HD 14412, CD-26 828
    41.6 44 (i) Bootis B G2 V 1~ Boötes Gl 578 B, Struve 1909 B, ADS 9494 B
    41.6 44 (i) Bootis C G? V 1< Boötes Gl 578 C, NS 1503+4739 C
    42.0 HR 6094 A G3-5 V 0.92-1.1 Scorpius Planet, barium dwarf, Gl 620.1 A, HD 147513
    42.1 HR 4587 G8-K0 IV ? Virgo Subgiant, HR 4587, HD 104304
    42.2 Capella Aa/A G8-K0 III 2.7 Auriga Giant, Alp Aur A, HR 1708, quadruple
    42.2 Capella Ab/B/P G1 III 2.6 Auriga Giant, Alp Aur B, Gl 194 B, a(Aab)=0.730 AUs
    42.4 HR 6998 G4-5 V 1~ Sagittarius Gl 722, HD 172051, BD-21 5081
    43.4 58 Eridani G1-2.5 V 1~ Eridanus 58 Eri, HR 1532, Gl 177
    44.4 HR 8501 A G1-3 V 1~ Grus Gl 853 A, HD 211415, CD-54 9222
    44.7 Alshain A G8 IV 1.3 Aquila Subgiant, Bet Aql A, HR 7602
    44.8 CD-57 6303 G8-K0 Vw 0.? Norma Gl 615, Hip 79537, HD 145417, LHS 413
    45.8 18 Scorpii G1-5 V-Va 1.01~ Scorpius 18 Sco, HR 6060, Gl 616
    45.9 47 Ursae Majoris G0-1 V 1.03 Ursa Major Planet, 47 UMa, HR 4277, Gl 407
    46.0 26 Draconis G0-1 V ? Draco 26 Dra, HR 6573, Gl 684 A
    46.0 Alpha Fornacis B G7 V ? Fornax alp for B, HR 963 B, Gl 127 B
    46.6 Pi1 Ursae Majoris G0-1.5 Vb ? Ursa Major Superflares, Ph1 UMa, HR 3391, Gl 311
    46.9 BD+39 2947 A G8 V ? Corona Borealis Gl 611 A, HD 144579, LHS3152
    46.9 72 Herculis A? G0 V ? Hercules 72 Her, HR 6458, Gl 672
    47.5 Nu2 Lupi G2-5 V 1~ Lupus Planets, HR 5699, Gl 582, HD 136352
    47.8 HR 7898 G8-K0 V ? Capricornus Gl 796, HD 196761, CD-24 16193
    47.8 Psi Serpentis Aa G2.5-5 V ? Serpens Psi Ser, HR 5853, Gl 596.1 A
    48.6 20 Leonis Minoris G1-3 Va ? Leo Minor 20 LMi, HR 3951, Gl 376
    48.7 HR 209 A G1-5 IV-V ? Phoenix Subgiant?, GJ 1021, CD-48 176, HD 4391
    49.2 Gl 264.1 B G8-K0 V-IV 0.? Puppis Triple, subgiant?, Hip 34069, HD 53706, CD-43 2907, DUN 38 B
    49.4 31 Aquilae G8 IV ? Aquila Subgiant, HR 7373, HD 182572
    49.6 171 Puppis A G0 V ? Puppis 171 Pup, HR 3018, Gl 288 A
    49.7 HR 5864 A G6 IV-V ? Lupus Subgiant?, HD 140901
    49.8 Mu Arae G3-5 V-IV 1.08 Ara Planets, subgiant?, Mu Ara, HR 6585, Gl 691, HD 160691
    50
    50.1 51 Pegasi G2.5-5 V 1.06 Pegasus Planet, 51 Peg, HR 8729, Gl 882
    50.1 +/- 8.2 BD+37 783 G5 V ? Perseus HD 21809, GJ 3233, SAO 56525
    50.5 HR 7368 G8-K0 V ? Lyra Planets/brown dwarf, Gl 758, HD 182488, BD+32 3411
    50.7 HR 159 Aa G7-K1 V ? Cetus Gl 25 A, HD 3443, CD-25 225
    50.7 HR 159 B G8 V ? Cetus Gl 25 B
    50.8 HR 2007 G2-4 V ? Orion GJ 1085, HD 38858, BD-04 1244
    51.0 HR 8323 G0-2 V ? Grus Gl 838, HD 207129, CD-47 13928
    51.8 104 Tauri G4 V ? Taurus HR 1656, Gl 188, HD 32923
    51.8 HR 7670 A G6-8 IV-V 0.96 Cygnus Subgiant?, planets, HD 190360, Gl 777 A
    52.8 HR 3138 Aa G0-2 V ? Carina Gl 294, HD 65907, CD-59 1773
    53.0 HR 2667 Aa G3 V ? Puppis Gl 264.1, HD 53705, CD-43 2906
    53.6 10 Ursae Majoris B G5 V ? Ursa Major 10 UMa B, Gl 332 B, BD+42 1956 Ab
    53.6 HR 6516 A G6-9 IV-V ? Ophiuchus Subgiant?, Gl 678, HD 158614, BD-00 3300
    53.6 HR 6516 B G8 IV-V ? Ophiuchus Subgiant?Gl 678 B, BD-00 3300 B
    53.9 Psi5 Aurigae G0 V ? Auriga Psi5 Aur, HR 2483, Gl 245
    54.1 HR 5273 A G8 V ? Boötes Gl 538, HD 122742, BD+11 2625
    54.4 9 Puppis B G4 V ? Puppis Gl 291 B
    54.4 HR 2225 G5 V ? Canis Major HD 43162, CD-23 3577, Hip29568
    54.6 39 Tauri A? G5 V ? Taurus 39 Tau, HR 1262, Gl 160
    54.8 BD+03 2765 A G5-K0 V ? Virgo HD 116442, BD+03 2765, Hip 65352
    54.8 BD+03 2766, 2765 B G5-K0 V ? Virgo HD 116443, BD+03 2766, Hip 65355
    54.8 BD+29 1664 G8 V ? Gemini Gl 295, HD 65583, Hip 39157
    55.0 HR 2721 G0 V ? Lynx GJ 1095, HD 55575, BD+47 1419
    55.2 V2292 Ophiuchi G8-K1 V ? Ophiuchus Gl 641, HD 152391, BD+00 3593
    55.6 HR 2997 G8 V ? Camelopardalis Gl 290, HD 62613, BD+80 238
    55.8 HR 3538 G2-5 V ? Hydra Gl 327, HD 76151, BD-04 2490
    56.0 HR 7232 G5-8 IV-V ? Corona Australis Subgiant?, HD 177565, CD-37 13049, Hip 93858
    56.0 HR 4864 G7 V ? Coma Berenices Gl 486.1, HD 111395, BD+25 2568
    56.2 Iota Horologii G0 V-IVp 1.03 Horologium Planet, subgiant?, Iot Hor, HR 810, Gl 108, HD 17051
    56.3 37 Geminorum G0 V 1.1 Gemini 37Gem, HR 2569, Gl 252, HD 50692
    56.4 BD-00 2944 A? G8-K0 V 0.? Serpens Caput Gl 580 A, Hip 74537, HD 135204, LHS 393, ADS 9544
    56.6 HR 6748 G3-5 V ? Puppis Gl 702.1, HD 165185, CD-36 12214
    56.7 10 Canum Venaticorum G0 V ? Canes Venatici 10 CVn, HR 4845, Gl 484
    56.8 Rho Coronae Borealis G0-2 Va 0.95 Corona Borealis Planet, Rho CrB, HR 5968, Gl 606.2, HD143761
    57.0 39 Serpentis A G0-1 V ? Serpens 39 Ser, HR 5911, HD 142267
    57.0 Chi Eridani A G5-8 IIIb-IV 1.? Eridanus Giant?, Chi Eri A, HR 566, Gl 81 A, HD 11937
    57.3 HR 7783 G3-5 V ? Draco Gl 788, HD 193664, BD+66 1281
    57.4 HR 5384 G1-5 V ? Virgo Gl 547, HD 126053, BD+01 2920,G65-47
    57.5 GJ 3021 G6 V 0.93 Hydrus Planet, HD 1237, CD-80 9, Hip 1292
    57.6 15 Sagittae A G1 V 1~ Sagitta Brown dwarf companion, 15 Sge, HR 7672, Gl 779
    57.8 HR 7644 G2-3 V ? Pavo Gl 776, HD 189567, CD-67 2385
    57.9 BD+27 1775 A G9-K0 V ? Leo Gl 354.1 A, HD 82443, BD+27 1775
    57.9 Iota Pavonis A G0-3 IV-V ? Pavo Subgiant?, Iot Pav, HR 6761, Gl 705.1 A, HD 165499
    58.0 HR 4525 G5 V ? Hydra Gl 446, HD 102438, CD-29 9337
    58.5 HR 5534 A G0-2 V ? Boötes Gl 564, HD 130948, BD+24 2786
    58.6 59 Virginis G0 Vs ? Virgo 59 Vir, HR 5011, Gl 504
    58.9 BD+47 2420 G8 V ? Hercules Planet, Gl 651, Hip 83389, HD 154345, B+47 2420, LHS 3260
    59.0 CD-28 12769 G8-K1 V ? Ophiuchus Gl 652, HD 154088, Hip83541
    59.1 70 Virginis G5 V 1.10 Virgo Planet, 70 Vir, HR 5072, Gl 512.1
    59.1 HR 2208 A? G2-8 V ? Orion Gl 230, HD 42807, BD+10 1050
    59.4 Pi Mensae G1-3 V-IV 1.10 Mensa Planet, subgiant?, HR 2022, GJ 9189, HD 39091, CD-80 195
    60
    60.0 HN Pegasi G0 V ? Pegasus Flare star, brown dwarf, dust disk, HN Peg, HR 8314, Gl 836.7, HD 206860
    60.1 15 Leonis Minoris G0.5-2 Va ? Leo Minor HR 3881, Gl 368, HD 84737
    60.2 BD+69 238 G5-K2 V ? Camelopardalis Gl 161, HD 25665, BD+69 238, Hip 19422
    60.7 Eta Coronae Borealis Aa G0-2 V ? Corona Borealis Eta CrB, HR 5727, Gl 584 A, HD 137107
    60.7 Eta Coronae Borealis Ba G2 V ? Corona Borealis HR 5728, Gl584 B, BD+30 2653 B
    61.1 HR 8148 Aa G5 V ? Capricornus Gl 825.4, HD 202940, CD-26 15541
    61.1 HR 8148 B G6 V ? Capricornus Gl 825.4 B, LHS 3656, CD-26 15541 B
    61.4 CD-23 315 G8-K0 V ? Cetus Gl 36, HD 4747, CD-23 315
    61.6 HR 7683 A G5 IV ? Cygnus Subgiant, GJ 1249, HD 190771, BD+38 3896
    62.3 HR 2643 G4 V ? Gemini Gl 262, HD 52711, BD+29 1441, Hip 34017
    62.7 BD-01 1883 A G8-0 V ? Monoceros Gl 292.2, HD 64606, Hip 38625
    63.1 BD+15 4026 G7-8 V ? Aquila Gl 775.1, HD 190067, Hip 98677
    63.3 CD-31 17597 G5-8 V ? Sagittarius Gl 790, HD 194640, Hip 100925
    63.5 HR 6465 G5 IV-V ? Ophiuchus Subgiant?, HD 157347, Hip 85042, BD-02 4343
    63.6 CD-24 658 A G8-K0 V ? Cetus Gl 59 A, HD 9540, Hip 7235
    63.8 CP-60 424 G5-8 Ve ? Dorado Gl 204.1, HD 36435, , Hip 25544
    63.9 BD+81 482 G5 V ? Ursa Minor HD 128642, Hip70857, GJ 3859
    64.2 BD+03 2938 G8-K1 V ? Virgo HD 130307, LTT 14377, G 66-24, Hip 72312
    64.2 BD+37 1738 G5-K2 V ? Lynx HD 59747, Hip 36704, SAO 60168
    64.3 HD 217107 G7-8 IV-V 0.98 Pisces Subgiant?, planet, HR 8784
    64.4 V368 Cephei G9 V ? Cepheus V 368 Cep, HD 220140, Hip 115147, BD+78 826
    65.0 HR 3430 Aa G3-6 V ? Pyxis Gl 314 A, HD 73752, BD-22 2345
    65.0 HR 5209 G5 V ? Hydra Gl 530, HD 120690, CD-23 11329
    65.2 BD+57 1961 G8 V-IV ? Draco Subgiant?, GJ 1233, HD 180161, Hip 94346
    65.2 – 122 BD+18 4505 A G3 IV-V 1.02 Sagitta Planet, subgiant?, Hip 100970, HD 195019, HO 131 A, ADS 13886 A
    65.4 +/- 10.5 BD+18 1074 G5 V ? Gemini HD 41190, GJ 3383, TYC 1317-335-1
    65.5 53 Aquarii A G1-3 V ? Aquarius 53 Aqr A, HR 8545, Gl 859 A
    65.5 53 Aquarii B G2-3 V ? Aquarius HR 8544, Gl 859 B, HD 212697
    65.8 BD+21 3822 G5 V ? Vulpecula Gl 762.2, HD 184385, B+21 3822, Hip96183
    66.2 V640 Cassiopeiae A G5 V ? Cassiopeia HR 5, Gl 4.1 A, HD 123
    66.2 V640 Cassiopeiae B G8 V ? Cassiopeia Gl4.1 B, BD+57 2865 B, ADS 61 B
    66.4 CP-74 1218 G5 V ? Apus HD 128400, Hip 71855
    66.5 BE Ceti G2-3 V 1~ Cetus 9 Cet, HR 88, Gl 17.3
    66.6 Kappa Tucanae B G5 V ? Tucana Kap2 Tuc, HR 377 B, Gl 53.3 A, HD 7788
    66.8 CD-68 2223 G5 V ? Pavo GJ 1262, HD 203244, Hip 105712
    66.8 HR 4979 G3 V ? Centaurus Gl 501.2, HD 114613, CD-37 8437
    66.8 Pi1 Cancri Aa G9 V ? Cancer HR 3650, Gl 337 A, HD 79096
    67.1 50 Persei B G5 V ? Perseus V491 Per, GJ 160.1 A, HD 25893
    67.3 BD+44 1973 G5 V ? ­Ursa Major GJ 3593, HD 89269, Hip 50505
    67.4 BD+16 527 A G0-5 V ? Taurus Planet, GJ 3255, HD 24496, Hip 18267
    67.5 CD-41 15204 A G-K V ? Grus Gl 893.3 A, LP 1034-92, L 431-25
    67.6 94 Aquarii Aa G5-8 IV ? Aquarius Subgiant, HR 8866 Aa
    67.9 +/- 7.1 BD+14 512 G5 V ? Gemini GJ 3418, HD 51534, SAO 96329
    68.0 HR 7330 G1-5 V ? Sagittarius Gl 755, HD 181321, CD-35 13422
    68.2 Tau Cygni Ab/B G0 V ? Cygnus Gl 822.1 B, BD+37 4240
    68.4 HR 7260 A G5 V ? Sagitta Gl 746, HD 178428, BD+16 3752
    68.4 HR 7914 A G5 V ? Delphinus Gl 797 A, HD 197076, BD+19 4484 A
    68.4 BD+68 113 G6 V ? Cassiopeia Gl 59.1, HD 9407, Hip 7339
    68.6 13 Ceti Ba G1 V ? Cetus Gl 23 B, ADS 490 B, BD-04 62
    69.0 51 Arietis G8 V ? Aries 51 Ari, Gl 120.2, HD 18803, BD+26 503
    69.1 BD+05 614 A G0 IV ? Taurus Subgiant, HR 1322, HD 26923, Hip 19859
    69.1 V891 Tauri G5 IV ? Taurus Subgiant, V891 Tau, HR 1321, HR 1322 B, HD 26913, BD+05 613, H 98 B
    69.4 HD 210277 G0 V 0.99 Aquarius Planet, subgiant?, Gl 848.4, HD 210277, BD-08 5818
    69.6 HR 5070 G6 V ? Ursa Major Gl 511.1, HD 117043, BD+64 949
    69.6 BD+02 3001 G8-K0 V ? Serpens Caput HD 141272, LTT 14685, Hip 77408
    69.8 BD+59 736 A G0 V ? Camelopardalis HD 24409, LTT 11294, Hip 18413
    69.8 BD+45 404 G5 IV ? Andromeda Subgiant,GJ 65.1, HD 10086, Hip 7734
    70
    70.0 BD+25 3020 A G8 V ? Serpens Caput Gl 609.2, Hip78709, HD 144287
    70.2 BD+27 1490 G5 IV ? Gemini Subgiant, HD 63433
    70.3 BD+57 1438 G8-9 IV-V ? Ursa Major Subgiant?, HD 116956
    70.5 CD-44 14214 G0 V ? Microscopium Gl 812.1, HD 199288, Hip 103458
    70.5 16 Cygni A G1.5 Vb 1~ Cygnus 16 Cyg A, HR 7503, Gl 765.1 HD 186408
    70.5 16 Cygni B G2.5 V 1.01 Cygnus Planet, HR 7504, Gl 765.1 B, HD 186427
    70.6 CD-25 8519 G8-K0 V ? Hydra HD 97343, LTT 4131, Hip 54704
    70.7 HR 2468 A G0-2 V ? Pictor HD 48189, CP-61 688, Hip 31711
    70.7 CD-57 6486 G3 V ? Ara HD 149612, CP-57 8091, Hip 81520
    70.7 Sigma Coronae Borealis B G1 V ? Corona Borealis HR 6064, Gl 615.2 B, HD 146362
    70.8 BD+32 1695 G4 V ? Cancer HD 68017, LHS 1987, Hip 40118
    70.8 HR 5829 A G5 V ? Ursa Minor HD 139813, BD+80 481, Hip 75829
    70.8 HR 4345 G0 V ? Ursa Major Gl 417, HD 97334, BD+36 2162
    71.0 BD-00 2024 G5-K0 V ? Hydra HD 72760, Hip 42074
    71.0 HR 2882 G3-4 V ? Puppis HD 59967, CD-37 3637, Hip36515
    71.1 HR 3309 G5 V ? Lynx Gl 307.1, HD 71148, BD+46 1398
    71.2 BD+27 1490 G5 IV ? Gemini Subgiant, HD 63433, BD+27 1490, Hip38228
    71.3 CD-66 38 G3-5 V 0.83 Tucana Planet, Gl 31.5, HD 4308, Hip 3497
    71.3 BD+57 1438 G8-9 IV-V ? Ursa Major Subgiant?, HD 116956, Hip 65515, B+57 1438
    71.3 CD-31 12689 G1 V ? Scorpius HD 145825, CP-31 4346, Hip 79578
    71.5 Kappa Fornacis G0-2 Va ? Fornax HR 695, Gl 97, HD 14802, Hip 11072
    71.7 BD-4 3049 G8 V ? Leo Gl 423.1, HD 98281, Hip 55210
    71.9 HR 2318 G0-2 V ? Canis Major HD 45184, CD-28 2981, Hip 30503
    71.9 HR 5829 A G0 IV-V ? Ursa Minor Subgiant?, HD 139777, BD+80 480, Hip 75809
    71.9 HR 5829 B G8 IV-V ? Ursa Minor Subgiant?, HD 139813
    72.0 BD-05 138 G0-5 V ? Cetus HD 4915, Hip 3979, G 270-082
    72.1 CD-29 8316 G5 V ? Hydra Planet, HD 90156, Hip 50921, GJ 3597
    72.2 BD-04 3408 G5-K1 V ? Virgo HD 113449, Hip63742, LTT 4992
    72.2 HR 8477 G5 V ? Grus Gl 851.2, HD 210918, Hip 109821
    72.2 CD-74 1463 G8 V ? Indus HD 205536, Hip 107022, LTT 8616
    72.2 BD+65 210 G5 V ? Cassiopeia GJ 3122, HD 11373, Hip8867,
    72.5 BD+41 3799 A G9 V ? Cygnus Gl 793.1, HD 195987, Hip101382
    72.6 CD-56 1071 A G5 V ? Dorado GL 186.1 A, HD 32778, Hip 23437
    72.6 BD+30 1423 G5-K3 V ? Gemini HD 53927, Hip 34414, LTT11979
    72.7 BD-02 3804 G0-K1 V ? Virgo HD 124292, Hip 69414, LTT5565
    72.8 BD+47 2491 G5 V ? Hercules GJ 4010, HD 159062, Hip 85653
    73.1 Mu1 Cygni Ba G2 V ? Cygnus HR 8310, Gl 836.6 B, BD+28 4169 B
    73.2 CD-29 17282 G3-5 V ? Microscopium HD 197214, Hip 102264, LTT 8195
    73.4 CD-51 2507 G5 V-IV ? Carina Subgiant?, Gl 275, HD 59468, Hip 36210
    73.8 CD-47 14099 G5 V ? Grus Hip 109670, CF 19815
    74.0 HR 6847 G2 V ? Lyra Gl 708.4, HD 168009, BD+45 2684
    74.2 HR 4013 G0-1 V ? Antlia Gl 385.1, HD 88742, CD-32 7158
    74.4 BD-19 1297 A G6 V ? Lepus HD 39855, Hip 27922, ADS 4503 A
    74.6 BD+61 513 A G4 V ? Cassiopeia HD 18757, Hip14286, LHS1492
    74.7 Alpha Coronae Borealis B G5-6 V ? Corona Borealis Alp Crb B, Wo 9520 B
    75.0 Chi Ceti B G0-1 V ? Cetus HD 11131, BD-11 351, Hip 8486
    75.1 CD-53 36 A G2 V ? Phoenix Gl 13, HD 1273, Hip 1349
    75.1 88 Leonis A G0 V ? Leo 88 Leo, HR 4437, HD 100180
    75.2 HR 8526 G3 IV-V ? Octans Subgiant?, HD 212168, Hip 110712, CP-75 1748
    75.4 BD+06 1155 G4 V ? Orion HD 42618, Hip 29432, G 102-57, LTT 1802
    75.4 HR 8964 G5 V ? Andromeda HD 222143, BD+45 4288, Hip 116613
    75.6 BD+23 285 G2 V ? Aries HD 12846, Hip 9829, SAO 75144
    75.6 HR 1294 G3 V ? Reticulum Gl 162.1, HD 26491, CD-64 143
    76.0 HR 4486 A G0 V ? Ursa Major Gl 433.2, HD 101177, BD+45 1947, Hip 56809
    76.0 BD+01 2063 G5 V ? Hydra Hip 40774, SAO 116619, NLTT 19312
    76.1 Mu2 Cancri G1-2 IVb ? Cancer Subgiant IVb, 10 Cnc, HR 3176, HD 67228
    76.3 BD-13 3196 G2-3 V ? Hydra HD 92719, Hip 52369
    76.4 BD+29 3423 G0-2 V ? Lyra HD 176377, Hip 93185, LTT15573
    76.4 +/- 12.3 BD+35 1880 G0 V ? Lynx GJ 3516, HD 75404, SAO 61083
    76.4 HR 72 / HD 1461 G0 V 1.08 Cetus planets, subgiant?, Gl 16.1, HD 1461, BD-08 38
    76.5 BZ Ceti G5 V ? Cetus BZ Cet, HD 18632, BD+07 459
    76.5 BD+30 4983 G5-K0 V ? Pegasus HD 221851, Hip 116416, LTT 16944, G 128-83
    76.6 CD-60 1425 A G1 V ? Pictor HD 45270, Hip 30314, CP-60 604
    76.8 HR 8635 A G0-1 V ? Grus Gl 871 A, HD 214953, CD-47 14307
    76.9 HR 5423 G5 V ? Boötes HD 127334, BD+42 2508, Hip 70873
    76.9 BD-15 3924 G6 V ? Libra HD 128987, Hip 71743, SAO 158720
    77.0 BD-07 268 G5-K1 V ? Cetus HD 10008, Hip 7576, SAO 129411
    77.1 BD-6 2664 G0-K0 V ? Hydra HD 73350, Hip 42333, SAO 136111, LTT 3193
    77.1 BD+42 271 G0 V ? Andromeda HD 7590, Hip 5944, SAO 37069
    77.3 HR 6538 G5 V ? Hercules Gl 679, HD 159222, BD+34 2989
    77.6 CD-43 14464 G5 V ? Microscopium Gl 825.2, HD 202628, CD-43 14464
    77.6 Omega Sagittarii A G3-5 III-V ? Sagittarius Giant?, Ome Sag A, HR 7597, HD 188376
    78.7 HR 2998 G5-6 IV ? Puppis Subgiant, Gl 284, HD 62644, CD-44 3675, Hip 37606
    78.8 BD+08 2134 A G0 V ? Cancer HD 75767, Hip 43557, SAO 117212
    78.8 HR 5632 G2-3 V-III ? Circinis Subgiant?, HD 134060, CD-60 5490, HIP 74273
    78.9 BD+42 2361 G9 V ? Canes Venatici HD 112914, Hip 63406, G 123-79
    78.9 BD+49 4291 G2-5 V ? Cassiopeia HD 224465, Hip 118162, SAO 35934, LTT 17065
    78.9 CD-43 2523 A G-K7 ? ? Puppis Gl 237, Hip 31126, CP-43 912
    79.0 CP-82 843 G3 V ? Octans HD 199509, Hip 104436, SAO 258880
    79.0 HR 7845 A G2.5-6 IV ? Capricornus Subgiant?, Gl 792.1 A, HD 134060, BD-10 5423
    79.1 BD+22 1531 G5 V ? Gemini HD 51419, Hip 33537, SAO 78921
    79.1 BD+56 2272 G0 V ? Cygnus HD 185414, Hip 96395, SAO 31813
    79.2 MT Pegasi G5 V ? Pegasus GJ 2153, HD 217813, Hip 113829, BD+20 5264
    79.4 CD-46 968 G0-3 V ? Eridanus Gl 132, HD 20407, Hip 15131
    79.4 BD+13 3091 A G8 V ? Hercules Gl 615.1 A, HD 145958, ADS 9969 A
    79.4 BD+13 3091 B G8 V ? Hercules Gl 615.1 B, ADS 9969 B
    79.6 BD+4 3589 G0-2 V ? Ophiuchus Gl 702.2, HD 165401, Hip 88622
    79.8 CD-44 8505 G2 V ? Centaurus HD 114853, Hip 64550, SAO 223987
    80
    80.0 HR 5566 G3-5 V ? Lupus Gl 570.1, HD 131923, Hip 73241
    80.1 BD+32 360 G5-7 V ? Triangulum Gl 82.1, HD 12051, Hip 9269
    80.2 BD+25 1594 A G8 V ? Gemini HD 54371, Hip 34567, SAO 79121
    80.4 BD-03 3040 A G5 V ? Crater HD 96064, Hip 54155, ADS 8048 A
    80.5 BD-3 534 G0-1.5 V ? Eridanus Gl 135, HD 20619, Hip 15442
    80.5 CD-86 85 G5 V-III ? Octans Subgiant?, HD 113283, CP-86 283, Hip 64690
    80.7 +/- 13 BD+37 3812 G8-K1 V ? Cygnus TycPlx= 34.60/113 ly +/- 4.40/14; Tyc 3151-2837-1, HD 192020, SAO 69576, GJ 4138
    81.0 BD+37 42 G0 V ? Andromeda HD 1562, Hip 1598, SAO 53817
    81.2 HR 7294 A G4-6 V ? Cygnus HD 179958, Hip 94336, SAO 48193, ADS 12169 A
    81.2 HR 7293 G4-6 V ? Cygnus HR 7293, HD 179957, BD+49 2959 B, SAO 48192, ADS 12169 B
    81.3 HR 1747 A G0 V ? Lepus Gl 198, HD 34721, BD-18 1051, Hip 24786
    81.5 HR 672 A G0.5 IVb ? Cetus-Pisces Subgiant IVb, HD 14214 , BD+01 410 A, Hip 10723
    81.7 BD+13 1655 G5-K2 V ? Canis Majoris GJ 2057, HD 57901, Hip35872
    81.9 BD+63 1882 G8 V ? Cepheus HD 215500, Hip 112245, SAO 20223
    82.1 BD+13 3677 G8 V ? Hercules-Ophiuchus GJ 1229, HD 171067, Hip 90864
    82.3 HR 7345 G8 V ? Lyra Gl 754.2, HD 181655, Hip94981
    82.3 BD+29 3190 G0 V ? Hercules HD 166435, Hip 88945,
    82.4 CD-46 1936 A G5 V ? Pictor HJ 3784, HD 37706, Hip 26501
    82.4 KZ Andromedae A G5-K0 Ve ? Andromeda HD 218738, BD+47 4058, ADS 16557 A
    82.4 BD+48 1889 G5 V ? Ursa Major HD 92786, Hip52470, SAO 43443
    83.1 HR 176 G1 V ? Tucana Gl 29, HD 3823, Hip 3170
    83.3 Lambda2 Fornacis G1-5 IV-V ? Fornax Subgiant?, Lam2 For, HR 772, Gl 105.1, HD 16417
    83.4 CD-27 15550 G2-4 IV-V ? Pisces Australis Subgiant?, Gl 836.1, HD 205905, Hip106913
    83.4 Zeta2 Cancri Ca G2-5 V ? Cancer 16 Cnc C, HR 3210, HD 68255
    83.4 Zeta2 Cancri Cb G2 V ? Cancer Cab: a=0.25″, 6.4AU; AB-Cab: a=8″”, 200 AU
    83.4 BD+39 498 G0 V ? Andromeda HD 13531, Hip 10339, SAO 37868
    83.5 CD-29 5555 G2-4 IV-V ? Puppis Subgiant?, Gl 296.1, HD 67458, Hip 39710
    83.5 BD+17 197 G3 V ? Pisces HD 8262, Hip 6405, SAo 92398
    83.5 BD+22 4950 G9 V ? Pegasus-Andromeda HD 225261, Hip 400, G 130-40
    83.5 CD-70 340 / HD 39194 G8-K0 V 0.? Dorado Planets, Gl 217.2, Hip 27080, HD 39194
    83.6 CD-38 7689 G3 IV-V ? Centaurus Subgiant?, HD 107692, CP-38 5078, Hip 60370
    83.6 HR 6 A G1 IV-V 1.1 Phoenix Planet, subgiant?, Gl 4.2 A, HD 142, CD-49 14337 A
    83.7 BD+36 1442 G0 V ? Auriga HD 45391, Hip 30862, SAO 59131
    83.7 23 Librae G4-5 V 1.05 Libra 2 planets, 23 Lib, HR 5657, Gl 579, HD 134987
    83.8 BD+57 1425 A G1 Va ? Ursa Major Gl 503.2, HD 115043, Hip 30862
    83.8 HR 2290 G3-4 V 1~ Puppis HD 44594, CD-48 2259, Hip30104
    83.9 BD+70 395 G5-7 V ? Camelopardalis HD 42250, Hip 29761, G 251-05
    83.9 BD+11 207 G5 V ? Pisces HD 9986, Hip7585, SAO 92543
    83.9 BD+69 1169 G5 V ? Draco HD 204521, Hip 105766, SAO 10045
    83.9 CD-61 757 G5 IV-V ? Reticulum Subgiant?, HD 25874, Hip 18844, CP-61 295
    84.1 HR 2576 G3-5 IV 1.? Canis Major Subgiant, HD 50806, Hip 33094, CD-28 3554
    84.2 BD-20 6684 G8 V ? Cetus-Aquarius HD 224619, Hip 118278, SAO 192293
    84.2 BD+16 497 G0 V ? Taurus HD 23052, Hip 17336, SAO 93161
    84.2 Lambda Andromedae A G8 III-IVp 2~ Andromeda Giant?, Lam And A, HR 8961, HD 222107
    84.2 BD+68 67 G5 V ? Cassiopeia HD 5996, Hip 4907, SAO 11539
    84.3 BD+13 5059 A G0 V ? Pegasus HD 218687, Hip 114378, Struve 2986
    84.4 CP-66 3810 G0 V ? Tucana HD 223913, Hip 117815, SAO 255594
    84.4 BD-08 117 A G0 V ? Cetus-Pisces HD 3821, Hip 3203, ADS 566 A
    84.8 BD+27 3516 G2 III ? Vulpecula Giant, HD 187237, Hip 97420, SAO 87733
    85.0 CD-28 15936 G5-K0 IV-V 0.? Sagittarius Subgiant?, Hip 96124, HD 183877, CP-28 6957, TYC 6897-2051-1
    85.1 HR 7123 A G9 IVa ? Cygnus-Draco Subgiant, Gl 732.1, HD 175225, BD+52 2294 A
    85.1 BD+14 3755 G2 V ? Hercules HD 177082, Hip 93509, SAO 104394
    85.2 BD+15 407 G5 V ? Taurus HD 18144, Hip 13601, SAO 93185
    85.2 BD+15 2658 G5 V ? Boötes HD 122676, Hip 68634, SAO 100829
    85.3 BD-14 42 G2 V ? Cetus HD 1388, Hip 1444, SAO 147208, LTT 145
    85.4 BD-13 4528 A G2-3 V ? Serpens Cauda Gl 650, HD 153631, Hip 83276, SAO 160227
    85.4 BD+36 1888 G5 V ? Lyra HD 76218, Hip 43852, SAO 61138
    85.5 HR 4328 G1-G2 V ? Antlia-Hydra Gl 412.2, HD 96700, CD-29 8875
    85.6 BD+39 496 G0 V ? Andromeda HD 13507, Hip 10321, SAO 37865
    85.6 BD+07 2588 G5 V ? Virgo HD 112099, Hip 62942, SAO 119652
    85.6 BD-19 6489 G5 V ? Aquarius HD 222422, Hip 116819, SAO 165825
    85.7 BD+06 2697 A G5 IV-III ? Virgo Giant?, HD 114174, Hip 64150, LHS 2681, TYC 304-969-1
    85.9 CD-37 8082 G5 V ? Centaurus HD 110619, Hip 62107, CP-37 5339
    86.1 HR 2141 G0 V ? Auriga Gl 226.3, HD 41330, BD+35 1334
    86.1 BD+75 166 G5 V ? Camelopardalis HD 26018, Hip 19841, SAO 5127, LTT 11362
    86.1 BD+23 303 G8 IV ? Aries Subgiant, HD 13825, Hip 10505
    86.3 11 Aquarii G1 V ? Aquarius 11 Aqr, HR 8041, HD 199960, Hip 103682
    86.5 Rho Indi G2.5-4 IV-V 1.07 Indus Planet, subgiant?, Rho Ind, HR 8701, HD 216437
    86.6 HR 3396 G5 IV-V ? Hydra Subgiant?, HR 3395 B, Gl 310.1 B, HD 72946
    86.8 BD+17 4808 G0-K8 V ? Pegasus Hip 112496, SAO 108174, G 67-19
    87.0 HR 4734 G3-5 IV-V ? Centaurus HD 108309, CD-48 7426, Hip 60729
    87.0 BD+02 4718 G5 V ? Pisces HD 223374, Hip 117463, SAO 128395
    87.1 HR 2157 A G0 IV-V ? Puppis-Pictor Subgiant?, HD 41700, CD-45 2300, Hip 28764, SAO 217702
    87.1 CD-32 17191 G8-K0 V ? Pisces Australis Gl 869, HD 214759, Hip 111978
    87.4 BD+12 2700 G5 V ? Leo HD 89813, Hip 50782, SAO 99084
    87.4 CD-70 1375 G8 V ? Apus Gl 611.1, HD 144009, Hip 79143
    87.6 BD+22 583 G0 V ? Taurus HD 24206, Hip 18097, SAO 76283
    87.7 CD-33 12476 G6-8 V ? Scorpius Gl 695.1, HD 161612, Hip 87116
    87.7 BD+26 4237 G8 V ? Pegasus HD 206374, Hip 107070, SAO 89905
    87.7 Al Dhibain “Prior” Aa? G8 III 2.5 Draco Giant, Eta Dra A, HR 6132, Gl 624.1 A, HD 148387
    87.8 CD-70 1258 G5 IV ? Apus Subgiant, HD 134606, Hip 74653, CP-70 1985
    87.9 BD+38 4172 G0-2 V ? Cygnus Gl 794.3, HD 196850, Hip 101875
    87.9 BD+30 4356 G0 V ? Cygnus-Vulpecula HD 202108, Hip 104733, SAO 71071
    88.1 BD+08 3689 G7 V ? Ophiuchus HD 169822, Hip 90355, SAO 123474
    88.2 BD+04 3919 A G5 V ? Aquila HD 175726, Hip 92984, Struve 2417 C
    88.2 CD-31 5719 G2 V ? Puppis HD 68978, Hip 40283, SAO 198958
    88.3 CD-51 2914 G1 V ? Carina-Vela HD 69655, CP-51 1409, Hip 40438
    88.3 HR 1405 A G4 V ? Reticulum-Dorado HD 28255, CP-57 659, Hip 20552
    88.3 HR 1405 B G6 V ? Reticulum-Dorado CP-57 659 B
    88.5 BD+30 520 G0 V 1+ Aries-Perseus Planet, HD 20367, Hip 15323, SAO 56323
    88.5 CD-83 22 A G2 V ? Hydrus Gl 67.1, HD 10800, Hip 7601
    88.5 CD-46 9733 G6 V ? Lupus HD 132648, CP-46 7142, Hip 73547
    88.6 BD-21 3660 A G6 V ? Centaurus Gl 500, HD 114260, Hip 64219
    88.6 BD+52 2057 G0 V ? Draco-Hercules HD 158259, Hip 85268, SAO 30380
    88.8 CD-54 932 G8 V ? Pictor-Dorado HD 30278, CP-54 703, Hip 21960
    88.8 BD+80 519 G0-3 V 0.98 Apus Planet, Gl 632, HD 150706, Hip80902
    88.8 BD+10 2752 A G5-K0 V ? Boötes HD 131023, Hip 72634, ADS 9410 A
    88.8 CD-33 16219 G6 V ? Pisces Australis HD 215641, CP-33 6288, Hip 112491
    89.1 BD+57 1086 G9 V ? Lynx-Camelopardalis HD 60272, Hip 37061, SAO 26424
    89.2 BD+12 1219 G5 V ? Ori-Mon-Gem HD 47127, Hip 31660, SAO 95907
    89.3 BD-11 3246 Aa G0-2 V ? Crater HD 105590, Hip 59272, SAO 157111
    89.4 BD+33 1497 G0 V ? Gemini HD 56124, Hip 35265, SAO 59945
    89.5 CD-56 5542 G5 V ? Norma HD 128674, CP-56 6368, Hip 35265
    89.6 BD-11 2670 G0 V 1.15 Cancer Planets, HD 82943, Hip 47007, SAO 155312
    89.6 HR 3421 G1-4 IV-V ? Vela Subgiant?, Gl 312, HD 73524, CD-39 4574
    89.8 BD+61 1246 B G3 V ? Ursa Major Gl 431.1 B
    89.8 BD+64 458 G0 V ? Carmelopardalis HD 28495, Hip 21276, SAO 13185
    89.9 CD-38 7027 G5 V ? Vela-Antlia HD 97998, CP-38 4622, Hip 55013
    90
    90.0 BD-03 3929 G0 V ? Ophiuchus-Serpens HD 147512, Hip 80218, SAO 141126
    90.2 BD-15 7 G2-3 V ? Cetus HD 361, Hip 669, SAO 147100
    90.2 Wolf 110 G-K4 V ? Cetus-Pisces Hip 9560, LHS 12, G 3-56
    90.2 HR 7569 G0 V ? Aquila-Cap-Sag HD 187923, Hip 97767, NSV 12490
    90.2 CD-54 87 G8 IV ? Phoenix Subgiant, HD 2071, CD-54 87, Hip 1954
    90.2 BD+20 5267 G0 V ? Pegasus HD 217924, Hip 113884, SAO 90982
    90.3 CD-49 2676 G6 V ? Puppis-Carina HD 55720, CP-49 1163, Hip 34739
    90.5 BD+15 1126 G8-K0 IV ? Lepus Subgiant, HD 37986, Hip 26834, SAO 150708
    90.5 CD-68 410 G8-K0 V ? Volans-Dorado HD 47252, CP-68 536, Hip 31134
    90.5 CD-42 4577 G5 V ? Vela Gl 321.2, HD 74842, Hip 42916
    90.8 BD+19 4814 A G5-K0 V-III ? Pegasus Giant?, HD 208202, Hip 108121, ADS 15431 A
    90.8 BD+52 982 G5 V ? Auriga HD 37216, Hip 26653, SAO 25310
    90.9 CD-38 13832 G1 V ? Sagittarius HD 189931, Hip 98813, SAO 211778
    90.9 CD-35 1797 G8 V ? Eridanus HD 29231, CP-35 508, Hip 21327
    90.9 CD-42 16092 G5-K0 V ? Grus HD 216054, CP-42 9492, Hip 112763
    91.0 BD+05 336 G5-9 V ? Cetus HD 15096, G 73-57, Hip 11349
    91.0 CD-75 967 G2 V ? Apus Gl 667.1, HD 155918, Hip 84988
    91.0 CD-42 2503 G5 V ? Columba-Puppis HD 45289, CP-42 915, Hip 30476
    91.0 CD-49 10471 G6 V ? Norma HD 146124, CP-49 9094, Hip 79777
    91.1 38 Geminorum C G6 V ? Gemini 38 Gem C
    91.3 BD-05 124 G5 V ? Cetus HD 4449, Hip 3645, SAO 128952
    91.3 BD-20 4572 G5 IV ? Ophiuchus Subgiant, HD 152311, Hip 82621, SAO 184754
    91.3 BD+03 1279 G0 V ? Orion-Monoceros HD 46090, Hip 31083, SAO 113993
    91.3 HR 2067 A? G5 IV ? Orion Subgiant, Gl 224, HD 39881, Hip 28066
    91.3 BD+61 1978 G5 V ? Cepheus-Draco HD 192139, Hip 99355, SAO 18740
    91.4 V478 Lyrae A G8 V ? Lyra HD 178450, Hip 93926, BD+30 3425
    91.4 Struve 2993 B G3 V ? Aquarius HD 219175, Hip 114703, BD-09 6150
    91.5 HR 2622 G0 V-III 1.13 Monoceros Giant?, planet, HD 52265, BD-05 1910, Hip 33719
    92.0 BD+56 1954 G5 V ? Draco HD 155902, Hip 84062, SAO 30285
    92.0 CD-49 12105 G1-2 V ? Pavo HD 168871, CP-49 10555, Hip 90223
    92.0 BD+34 3749 G5 V ? Cygnus HD 226099, Hip 97640, SAO 68946
    92.1 BD+21 4221 G5 V ? Vulpecula HD 195034, Hip 100963, SAO 88711
    92.3 HR 5189 A G0-3 IV-V ? Centaurus Subgiant?, HD 120237, CD-35 9019, Hip 67408
    92.3 HR 5189 B G0-K4 V ? Centaurus LHS 2806, HIP 67408 B, CD-35 9019 B
    92.3 BD+02 3699 G6 V ? Aquila HD 174719, Hip 92569, SAO 123984
    92.3 BD+46 3778 G5-K0 V ? Lacerta Hip 111883, LTT 16656, SAO 52241
    92.3 13 Orionis G1 IV ? Orion Subgiant, HR 1662, HD 33021, Hip 23852
    92.3 CD-26 10849 A G8-K0 V ? Libra HD 136894, Hip 75363, ADS 1696 A
    92.4 HD 29587 G2 V ? Perseus Brown dwarf, HD 29587, BD+41 931, Hip21832, LHS 1696
    92.4 BD+31 1684 G2 VI-IV ? Gemini Subdwarf?, GJ 1104, HD 64090, Hip 38541
    92.5 CD-52 2036 G5-6 V ? Carina HD 61033, CP-52 1223, Hip 36832
    92.5 BD+59 2121 G0 V ? Cygnus-Draco HD 187748, Hip 97438, SAO 32016
    92.5 HR 4788 G1-4 IV-V ? Centaurus Subgiant?, CD-43 7755, HD 109409, Hip 61379
    92.5 Xi Scorpii C G8 V ? Scorpius Xi Sco C, BD-10 4237 C, SAO 159666, Wo 9540 C
    92.5 Xi Scorpii D G8 V+ ? Scorpius STruve 1999 A, HD 144087, Hip 78738
    92.5 BD-11 4057 A G8 V ? Ophiuchus-Scorpius HD 144087, Hip 78738, SAO 159668
    92.7 CD-45 10847 G3 V ? Scorpius-Ara HD 150248, CP-45 8085, Hip 81746
    92.8 BD+42 3123 G5-K0 Ve ? Lyra Gl 722.1, HD 172393, Hip 91364
    92.8 HR 5659 A G5 V ? Boötes HD 135101, B+19 2939, Hip 74432
    92.8 BD+36 958 G5 V ? Auriga HD 31000, Hip 22776, SAO 57487
    92.8 BD+19 2939 B G7 V ? Boötes G 136-78, LHS 3037, ADS 9535 B
    92.8 Algol B G-K0 IV-V ? Perseus Subgiant?, Bet Per B, HR 936 B
    92.8 BD+70 474 A G0-5 V ? Camelopardalis Gl 285.1, HD 61994, Hip 38018
    92.9 BD+16 2116 A G2-5 V ? Leo HD 89906, Hip 50829, ADS 7744 A
    93.0 BD+17 2462 G2 V ? Coma Berenices-Virgo Dust disk, HD 107146, Hip 60074, SAO 100038
    93.1 HR 6697 A G2 V ? Hercuels HD 163840, Hip 87895, SAO 85575
    93.1 HR 173 G3-5 V ? Sculptor-Aquarius Gl 27.2, HD 3795, CD-24 263
    93.5 BD+13 778 G5 V ? Taurus HD 32237, Hip 23431, SAO 94279
    93.5 HR 5279 G1-3 V-IV ? Apus Subgiant?, Gl 539.1, HD 122862, CD-74 865
    93.6 BD+04 858 G0 V 0.99 Orion-Taurus Planet, HD 33636, Hip 24205, SAO 112506
    93.6 BD+35 1834 G5 V ? Lynx HD 71974, Hip 41820, SAO 60870
    93.7 BD+40 1864 G5 V ? Lynx HD 58595, Hip 36285, SAO 41789
    93.7 BD+32 2702 G0 V ? Hercules HD 146946, Hip 79837, SAO 65206
    93.8 BD+52 1514 A G5 V ? Ursa Major HD 93811, Hip 53008, LTT 12889
    93.8 CD-39 4247 G5-8 III-V 1 +/- 0.05 Vela Planet, giant-subgiant?, Gl 304, HD 70642, Hip 40952
    93.9 BD-11 4932 G0 V ? Aquila-Sagittarius HD 180409, Hip 94757, SAO 162401
    93.9 BD-20 249 G5-6 V ? Cetus HD 8129, Hip 6273, SAO 166973
    94.0 CP-53 933 G2 V ? Pictor HD 38973, Hip 27244, SAO 234138
    94.1 CD-32 8858 G0 V ? Centaurus Hip 61872, SAO 203701, LTT 4835
    94.2 CP-67 2079 G5 V 0.9~ Musca Planet, HD 111232, Hip 62534
    94.3 HR 5996 G4-5 V-IV ? Scorpius-Ophiuchus Subgiant?, BD-13 4342, HD 144585, Hip 78955, SAO 159706
    94.4 BD+29 3165 G2 V ? Hercules HD 164595, Hip 88194, SAO 85632
    94.4 BD+12 801 A G0 V ? Orion HD 35956, Hip 25662, SAO 94583
    94.4 HR 3497 A G0 V 1.05 Vela Planet, HD 75289, CD-41 4507, Hip 43177
    94.5 V711 Tauri A G5-K1 V-IV ? Taurus Subgiant?, V711 Tau A, HR 1099, HD 22468
    94.6 HR 9075 G0 V ? Pegasus-Andromeda HD 224636, BD+32 4747 B, Struve 3050 B
    94.8 BD-07 3409 G0 V ? Virgo-Corvus HD 108510, Hip 60816, SAO 138799
    94.8 BD+20 2661 G5 V ? Leo-Coma Berenices HD 103847, Hip 58314, SAO
    95.0 BD+71 762 A? G5 V ? Draco-Ursa Minor HD 144061, Hip 78217, SAO 8382, ADS 9878 A?
    95.1 CD-40 135 G8 V ? Sculptor-Phoenix HD 3277, CP-40 54, Hip 2790
    95.2 CD-31 9365 G3 V ? Hydra HD 103743, Hip 58241, SAO 202966
    95.2 BD+48 1845 A G0 V ? Ursa Major Hip 49968, SAO 43229, BDS 5341 A
    95.2 HR 8829 G5-8 IV-V ? Tucana? Subgiant?, CD-63 1596, HD 219077, CD-63 1596, Hip 114699
    95.6 BD+11 2853 G0 V ? Serpens HD 140667, Hip 77098, SAO 101709
    95.6 CD-34 4160 G6 V ? Puppis HD 65721, CP-34 1848, Hip 38980
    95.7 BD+02 4731 G5 V ? Pisces-Aquarius HD 224156, Hip 117953, SAO 128469
    95.8 BD+47 4059 A G5 V ? Andromeda HD 218739, Hip 114385, SAO 52754
    95.8 BD+65 1796 G5 V ? Cepheus HD 215065, Hip 111977, SAO 20205
    95.8 Deneb Kaitos G9.5-K1 IIIe 3~ Cetus Giant, Bet Cet, A, HR 188, Gl 31, HD 4128
    95.9 CD-24 3969 G-K1 V ? Canis Major HD 44821, CP-24 1404, Hip 30344
    95.9 BD+59 870 G5 V ? Camelopardalis HD 34575, Hip 25094, SAO 25144
    96.0 BD+27 3003 G2 IV ? Hercules Subgiant, HD 168874, Hip 89912
    96.0 BD+76 552 G5 V ? Ursa Minor HD 135363, Hip 74045, SAO 8175
    96.1 BD+41 4291 A G5-8 V ? Lacerta Gl 838.3 A, HD 207966, Hip 107920
    96.2 BD-11 716 G0 V ? Eridanus HD 23065, Hip 17265, SAO 149118
    96.2 BD+23 125 G5 V ? Andromeda-Pisces Gl 42.1, HD 5294, Hip 4290
    96.3 BD+09 1860 G0 V ? Canis Minor HD 66573, Hip 39506, SAO 116302
    96.3 BD+19 1734 G5 V ? Gemini HD 58781, Hip 36249, SAO 96918
    96.4 BD-2 4230 G0-2 V ? Ophiuchus Gl 634.1, HD 150433, Hip 81681
    96.4 BD+60 825 G5 V ? Camelopardalis HD 29021, Hip 21571, SAO 13210
    96.5 BD+74 889 G8 V ? Cepheus GJ 1255, HD 199476, Hip 102970
    96.8 HR 448 G2 IV ? Cetus Subgiant, HD 9562, Hip7276, SAO 129371
    96.9 BD+67 1498 G6 V ? Cepheus HD 218209, Hip 113989, LHS 3894
    97.0 HR 2162 A G6 V ? Puppis HD 41824, CD-48 2124, Hip 28796
    97.0 CD-30 18458 G3-5 V ? Microscopium HD 201989, CP-30 6458, Hip 104809
    97.0 BD+01 3387 A G0 V ? Ophiuchus HD 154907, Hip 83852, SAO 122108, BDS 7875 A
    97.0 BD+01 3387 B G0 V ? Ophiuchus HD 154907 B, Hip 83851, BDS 7875 B
    97.1 BD+45 3561 G8 V ? Cygnus HD 204814, Hip 106122, SAO 50940
    97.1 BD-00 229 G5 V ? Cetus HD 8828, Hip 6762, SAO 120305
    97.2 BD+51 1496 G5 V ? Ursa Major HD 80355, Hip 45859, SAO 27217
    97.3 BD+46 884 G0 V ? Perseus HD 28005, Hip 20800, SAO 39540
    97.4 BD+04 2050 G0 V ? Hydra HD 75302, Hip 43297, SAO 117163
    97.5 BD+45 992 G1 IV-V ? Auriga Subgiant?, HD 30649, HD 30649, Hip 22596
    97.6 BD+44 862 G5 V ? Perseus HD 25918, Hip 19301, SAO 39329
    97.6 BD+05 1117 G0 V ? Orion HD 42182, Hip 29208, SAO 113522
    97.8 BD-03 4160 G5 V ? Serpens Cauda-Ophiuchus HD 161098, Hip 86765, SAO 141833
    98.0 Kappa Delphini A? G2-5 IV+ ? Delphinus Subgiant, Kap Del, HR 7896, HD 196755
    98.1 CD-50 2948 G0 V ? Puppis-Carina CP-50 1357, Hip 37727, DUN 55 B
    98.1 BD+38 1993 A G0 V ? Lyra HD 77407, Hip 44458, SAO 61224
    98.3 CD-25 13291 G5 V ? Sagittarius HD 171665, CP-25 6575, Hip 91287
    98.4 BD-05 5349 G0 V ? Aquarius HD 197210, Hip 102203, SAO 144725
    98.4 CD-25 1278 G3-5 V ? Fornax-Cetus HD 19632, CP-25 389, Hip 14623
    98.4 CD-60 7932 G8-K0 V ? Tucana HD 214067, CP-60 7579, Hip 111648
    98.4 CD-51 2650 G0 V ? Carina HD 62848, CP-51 1266, Hip 37635
    98.5 BD-08 6103 G5 V ? Aquarius HD 220476, Hip 115527, SAO 146686
    98.6 CD-38 8635 G3-4 V ? Centaurus HD 117939, CP-38 5542, LHS 2760, Hip 66238
    98.6 CD-69 2102 G0 V ? Indus HD 221231, CP-69 3325, Hip 116063
    98.7 BD+03 4138 G0 V ? Aquila HD 186704, Hip 97255, SAO 125036
    98.8 BD+52 989 G0 V ? Auriga HD 37693, Hip 26974, SAO 25339
    99.0 BD+62 479 G0 V ? Cassiopeia HD 17591, Hip 13394, SAO 12478
    99.0 CD-43 9677 G5 V ? Lupus HD 134331, CP-43 6901, Hip 74268
    99.0 BD+63 629 G5 V ? Camelopardalis HD 40891, Hip 28935, SAO 13714
    99.0 35 Leonis A G1.5 IV-V ? Leo Subgiant?, 35 Leo, HR 4030, HD 89010
    99.0 Epsilon Fornacis G5-K0 III-V ? Fornax Giant?, Eps For, HR 914, HD 18907
    99.3 54 Hydrae C G-K V ? Hydra 54 Hya C
    99.5 BD+20 2601 G5 V ? Leo HD 99303, Hip 55772, SAO 81817
    99.5 BD-11 3361 G5 V ? Corvus-Virgo HD 111031, Hip 62345, LTT 4887, SAO 157502
    99.5 CD-57 8761 G5 V ? Grus-Indus HD 219249, CP-57 10232, Hip 114790
    99.5 CD-35 10640 G5 V ? Libra HD 143098, CP-35 6638, Hip 78343
    99.6 BD+40 2863 G5 V ? Boötes HD 135144, Hip 74396, SAO 64554
    99.6 Wolf 363 G5 V ? Vela HD 96937, Hip 54541, BD+03 2466
    99.7 BD+61 1574 G5 V ? Draco HD 146868, Hip 79629, SAO 17004
    99.8 BD+44 3728 G8-K2 IV-V ? Cygnus Subgiant?, HD 201924, Hip 104587, G 212-28
    99.9 HR 5183 G0-1 IV-V ? Virgo Subgiant?, BD+07 2690, HD 120066, Hip 67246
    100.0 BD+42 550 G0 V ? Andromeda HD 15830, Hip 11949, SAO
    Farther and Mis-typed Stars?
    35.2 L 989-20 A M3.5 V ? ? Not G type, Gl 660 A, Hip 84123, LHS 3269
    39.3 Ross 948 A M2 V ? ? Not G type, LP 735-11, GJ 3728
    43.4 L 489-58 A M3.5 VI ? Corona Australis Subdwarf, LHS 469
    45.3 L 1064-69 M2 V ? ? Not G type, LTT 15437, LP 630-11, G 21-13
    55.3 LTT 17742 M1 V ? ? Not G type, GJ 3328, G 84-36, G 97-18
    58.2 L 774-22 M2.5 V ? Ophiuchus Not G type, GJ 690.1, LHS 3316, LTT 7050
    69.8 B Carinae B? G3 V ? Carina False detection?, Gl 297.1 B?, CD-60 2088 B?
    72.8 G 9-7 M2.5 V ? ? GJ 1110, LHS 2011
    75.7 LP 645-46 G-K ? ? Cetus White dwarf?, GJ 3037, LHS 1093, WD 0029-31/-32
    75.9 L 1455-1 M1.5 V ? Perseus LTT 11455, LP 250-2, G 39-24, GJ 3297
    75.9 L 915-5 M0 V ? Ophiuchus LTT 6674, LP 685-43, G 17-33, GJ 3969
    75.9 LP 413-18 A M2 V ? Taurus-Aries GJ 3239 A, LDS 3512, NLTT 11415
    75.9 LP 413-18 B G-K ? ? Taurus-Aries White dwarf?, GJ 3239 B, LP 413-19
    79.6 LP 463-28 A DC ? Pegasus White dwarf, GJ 4357 B, WD 2336+207
    79.6 LTT 15613 A M1 ? Aquila GJ 4100 A, G 22-17
    79.6 Wolf 1472 K7 V ? Ophiuchus GJ 4025, LTT 7069, G 20-11, G 154-14
    106~ 109 Piscium G5 Va-IV 1.1 Pisces Planet, 109 Psc, HR 508, Gl 72, Hip 8159, HD 10697, BD+19 282
    ? BD+18 5200 G0 V ? Pegasus Bad parallax, Hip 117042, HD 222788, BD+18 5200
    ? BD+20 1426 G0 V ? Gemini Bad parallax, HD 257498, Hip 30756
    ? BK+00 2334 G2 V ? ? Bad parallax?, derived RA,Dec= 16:1:33+9:23:40
    ? BK+16 9747 G1 V ? ? Bad parallax?, derived RA,Dec= 15:30:3-22:57:43(?=B1900= Hip 76479, HD 139121, CD-23 12418= G2; Plx=0.56 ~5800ly, e=4.40)
    ? CD-27 16423 A G+ V ? Sculptor Bad parallax, HD 222834, CD-27 16423, Hip 117081
    ? CD-27 16423 B G+ V ? Sculptor Bad parallax, S 23441-2712 B
    ? CD-30 13040 A G1 V ? Scorpius Bad parallax, HD 146835, Hip79979
    ? CD-30 13040 B G2 V ? Scorpius Bad parallax, S 16195-3054 B
    ? CP-58 8327 G4 V ? ? Bad parallax?
    ? CP-63 110 G3-K5 V 0.? Bad parallax, TYC 8852-891-1
    ? DK-26 2485 G6 V ? ? Bad parallax, derived RA,Dec= 16:54:51-20:23:56 (?=B1950= Hip 83125, BD-19 4484; G5; binary?; Plx= 4.14 ~787 ly, e= 2.21)
    ? HC+13 232 A G2 V ? ? Bad parallax?, derived RA,Dec= 15:2:17-3:16:45 (?=B1975= Hip 73497, HD 1322721, BD-02 3926; G0; Plx= 5.84 ~560ly, e= 1.55)
    ? HC+31 8213 G3 V ? ? Bad parallax?, derived RA,Dec= 15:37:5-13:10:52 (?=B1975= Hip 76363, HD 138969, BD-12 4290; G1; Plx= 10.69 ~305ly, e=1.40)
    ? Hip 76051 G V ? Serpens Caput Bad parallax, BD+10 2868 C, Struve 1952C, SAO 12145
    ? HJ 4590 B G V ? Chamaeleon Bad parallax, Hip 66125, CP-76 769, L 40-73
    ? Hip 63383 G V ? Virgo Bad parallax, SAO 119695, BD+07 2600 B, ADS 8724 B
    ? SS-36 2376 G0 V ? ? Bad parallax, derived RA,Dec= 17:3:57+3:57:27 (?=B1900= Hip 83863, HD 154931, BD+04 3336; G0; Plx= 18.21 ~179ly, e=0.97; or G5= Hip 83948, 670ly)
    ? Wo 9125 G0 V ? ? Bad parallax, HZ 293, TR 98
    ? Wo 9127 G3 V ? ? Bad parallax, HZ 320, TR 113 (B1950=3:41:23+24:36.6)


 

 

 

Hitler’s car, Dillinger’s car and The Last Supper

Hi readers.  When Keith Kelt and I were kids in Portales there wasn’t a heluva lot to do.  But occasionally a sideshow in a tractor-trailer would show up and park on the city square.  Word spread quickly and lines of Portales adults and kids who could afford, what?  A nickle?  Must have been because I wouldn’t have been able to afford much more.

Anyway, one of those transit shows was Hitler’s car:

http://www.sideshowworld.com/a/at/atshitler.html

 

Hitler’s Car or should I say will the real Hitler’s Car please stand up!

I am looking for a photograph of Pete Sevich’s Hitler’s Armor-Plated Limousine display. I would also be interested in any other Hitler Car sideshows photos.Rick West, Nacogdoches Texas
Rick, as I was researching to answer your question I found that at the end of World War II, Many Mercedes Cars were imported from Europe and put on display on midways as Hitler’s personal limousine. I was unable to find a picture of Pete Sevich Armor Plated Limousine display but I have included three photographs. One of a Hitler Car on display in France and two others of Hitler in his personal limousine. In 1948 Christopher Janus first exhibited a Hitler car which drew large crowds while on display at the New York Museum of Science and Industry. The Amusement Corporation of America started their summer fairs in Springfield, III with his attraction. The car was supervised by Cliff Wilson and was driven to the Springfield fairgrounds. A newspaper reporter from Chicago rode along and it was reported that there were crowds of 5,000 people daily at 50 cents for Adults and 25 cents for children. There was also a photograph of Hitler in Berlin in 1941 riding in his car.

The description on display with the car stated, “All the glass on the vehicle is an inch and a half thick, right side front door is a built in case that holds a Luger pistol. Behind the rear seat is a leather covered sheet of armor that cranks up manually. The car has a 153 inch wheel base making it a long car. It is also heavy, weighing 9,500 pounds. It has an eight cylinder overhead valve motor capable of developing 230 horsepower. The transmission consists of five speeds forward and one reverse plus an overdrive that can be used at speeds up to 125 miles per hour. The large gas tank holds 60 gallons.”

The Hennies Brothers Shows exhibited the car in April of 1949 when they opened their tour in Little Rock Ark.

In 1972 the Miami Herald reported that a 770 K Mercedes was to be auctioned in Scottsdale Az. It was a car that Hitler, Mussolini and Mannerheim had ridden in on state occasions. The car was later shipped from Finland to Sweden so it wouldn’t be captured by the Russians. It was later traded to an American firm by the Swedish government.

Pete Sevich had his Hitler car on the World of Mirth shows in Pennsylvania. It was not the only Hitler car touring at the time. “Adolph Hitler’s Genuine Personal Armored Limousine” and, in parentheses, “Not One That He Just Rode In.” The Prospect Association which was the owner of this Hitler car mounted it in a semi trailer and sold 229,000 paid admissions at one exhibition. In 1957 the car was touring in Texas its owner put it up for sale advertising to the best offer over $3,500.

Pete Sevich on the 1957 World of Mirth Shows midways billed his exhibit as “Hitler’s $35,000 Armored Limousine.” Pete was still booking his car as late as 1966. The trailer it was exhibited on had a 28 foot display area for the car with an eight foot living area over the fifth wheel. Bill Hall bought the trailer so he could display his model of the World of Mirth Shows. Bill was a carnival showman, collector and did band organ restoration. He said the car later was proved to be a fraud and was taken off exhibition and sold for $30,000.
The War Museum in Canada which reported to have one of two real Hitler cars in North America. Their car was first exhibited to raise money to help pay off the war debt. The car was sold in 1956 and 14 years later it was acquired by the museum after it was shown at the Montreal exhibition Man and His World.
There was only one other authentic Hitler car and it had been on display at a Las Vegas casino called the Imperial Palace in there Auto Collection, which included rare models and dozens of vehicles once owned by the rich and infamous. There’s Czar Nicholas II’s 1914 Rolls Royce, Japanese Emperor Hirohito’s 1935 Packard and Adolf Hitler’s 1939 Mercedes. You can also see the cars of several US presidents, and Howard Hughes’ 1954 Chrysler (the air purifier cost more than the car). About 200 vehicles are on display. The museum is located in the Imperial Palace casino, on The Strip.
The owner of the Imperial Palace Ralph Engelstad who started the Auto Collection was a big fan of Nazi memorabilia and had a private “War Room” full of the Nazi Collectibles. He got in big trouble with the Nevada Gaming Control Board for having private parties celebrating Hitler’s birthday that included swastika cakes. He was investigated by the FBI for connections to Neo-Nazi groups. He died in 1993 and since then the Auto Collection has sold off some of there coolest cars, including the Hitler and Mussolini cars. I contacted The Auto Collection at the Imperial Palace which now only sales cars. I was told that 4 years ago the museum closed and they didn’t know where the Hitler Car or what the owner did with it.
There is also a car that might have been owned by Hitler on display at the roadside attraction “The Thing” in Arizona. “The Thing is … we can’t prove it”. http://www.roadsideamerica.com/attract/AZCOCthing.htmlJohn Robinson Sideshow World

Some information derived from AL Stencell Seeing is Believing

Another I recall was John Dillinger’s Terraplane.  In those days it was black, though as I remember it.  Interesting thing about it was the ash tray in the back seat opened to a tube he could pour roofing nails into.  They’d exit from an exhaust-like pipe in back to give flats to pursuers.

 The getaway car used by gangster John Dillinger in 1934 is on the move during this 77th anniversary of the infamous outlaw’s death.

Dillinger’s 1933 Essex Terraplane now is at the Richmond, Va., convention center, where it’ll stay until late next year. It had been on display 18 months at the Baltimore airport,

The car, valued at about $150,000, is on loan from the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington, D.C. It was displayed there from 2008 until early 2010.

Dillinger escaped from the law several times before he was tracked to a Chicago theater and shot to death by police as he went for his gun when leaving the theater July 22, 1934.

Dillinger bought the Terraplane in March 1934 from the Potthoff Bros. Motor Co. in St. Paul, according to a history compiled by Brotman Winter Fried Communications, promoting the car’s exhibition. Dillinger and his brother, Hubert, crashed it into a farm field April 7, 1934, according to the history.

The dashing red Terraplane was more flamboyant than the infamous gray 1934 Ford V-8 used by robber Clyde Barrow and girlfriend Bonnie Parker at about the same time:

Barrow stole his ride, though, rather than buying it, and ran up some 2,500 miles before the end.

Barrow loved the car and wrote a letter to Henry Ford on April 10, 1934, to “tell you what a dandy car you make.

“I have driven Fords exclusively when I could get away with one. For sustained speed and freedom from trouble the Ford has got ever other car skinned, and even if my business hasn’t been strictly legal, it don’t hurt anything to tell you what a fine car you got in the V-8.”

Parker and Barrow were gunned down by police in a Louisiana ambush May 23, 1934. Their bullet-riddled Ford sedan has been a prized collector’s item and display piece.

The third one I remember was a lifesize rendition of The Last Supper.  Hell, there might have been a lot more I didn’t get to see, or might have forgotten.

Jeanne remembers seeing one when she was a kid in Overland Park, Kansaas, that had props from popular movies.  She only remembers the shoes Dorothy wore in Wizard of Oz.

If those were going around today they’d have to charge $25 per head to pay for the fuel and the local cops just to set up shop anywhere.

Old Jules

 

 

 

 

 

Flashback: ‘Squirrelly’ Armijo Survives his own Funeral

Hi readers. I saw on Yahoo News that someone faked his own funeral. Got me remembering Squirrelly Armijo. So I searched for a post I was fairly certain I made in the deep history of this blog: Squirrelly didn’t fake his, except by accident.

A legendary man in the Quemado/Reserve area nicknamed ‘Squirrelly’ Armijo had a good working claim down near Queen’s Head in the Gallos near Apache Creek in the 1940s through the 1960s. Maybe that’s where he came across a skeleton, and probably just figured he might as well take it home, so he put it in his truck.
Driving up those winding mountain roads he lost control of the truck and rolled it. Squirrelly was thrown clear and the truck caught fire. He must have been out of his head, maybe with a concussion, because he evidently wandered into the mountains in a daze.

The police arrived and found the burned out truck with a skeleton inside and assumed because the truck belonged to him the remains were Squirrelly’s. He was pronounced dead, an expensive funeral held, and he was buried.

Twelve days later Squirrelly wandered out of the woods several miles away, which was a source of, first joy and awe, then suspicion. Initially it was thought he’d killed the person the skeleton belonged to. Then the lawsuits began, the Armijo family and the Funeral home arguing heatedly about who owed money to whom for burying some anonymous skeleton.

The story is so well-known it was used in a book about forensic pathology in New Mexico during the 1990s, the forensic pathologist explaining such a thing could never happen these more enlightened times. Journey in Forensic Anthropology, Stanley Rhine, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1998. Author Rhine elected to change Squirrelly’s surname to Aramando to avoid any sort of civil action. The Armijo family’s been herding sheep in that country since the time there was nobody out there but them and Mimbres Apaches. A lot of them are still there.

“A Premature Funeral

“Bones and Fire
“On June 4, 1959, Forest Service lookouts reported smoke rising from what was assumed to be a small forest fire just east of the Arizona state line, among the 8,000-feet peaks of the San Francisco Mountains of southwestern New Mexico. A firefighting crew dispatched to the scene discovered no forest fire, but an automobile burning furiously on the side of a gravel forest road. Dousing the flames, they found a mass of burned flesh, a skull, some other bones, and some teeth resting inside the burned-out hulk.

“The car was found to belong to a Mr. Armando, well known in the
lightly populated region. His fiery demise prompted the organization of a six-person coroner’s inquest in Catron County. According to former Catron County Sheriff and now Washoe County ( Nevada) Coroner Vernon McCarty, the “six responsible citizens” required by 1950s New Mexico law were most easily found by the justices of the peace at a local bar.

“McCarty observed that an insufficiency of able-bodied citizens could be remedied either by visiting several such spots or by prolonging the official quest at one of them for as long as it took to empanel the necessary six people.

“The resulting coroner’s jury in this case was made up of ranchers, Forest Service firefighters, two bartenders, and a service station attendant. It concluded that the remains were “badly burned and charred beyond positive identification,” according to the Albuquerque Journal for June 17, 1960. Nonetheless, an identification was made by Armando’s two brothers-in-law and the district attorney, apparently functioning in his multiple roles of death investigator and skeletal “expert.” That it was Armando was attested to the by the fact that the human skull was accompanied by some impressively large upper incisors. These prominent choppers had . . .”

Probably Squirrelly never paused to wonder about any moral or ethical issues when he put that skeleton into his truck. He just did it absent-mindedly the way any of us might. Probably somewhat as Mel did on Gobblers Knob:

Exploring Alley Oop’s Home Circa 1947.

I suppose the Squirrelly story came to mind because it’s a synopsis of the possibilities carried to the ultimate extreme, accompanied by the fact I recently had an email from his great-nephew wanting to ask some questions about my mention of his Queenshead claim in my lost gold mine book.

Old Jules

Previous posts: Skulls, skeletons and homicides:

The Ruin Skull – A Long Day Ago

Cold Mystery, Fevered Romance and Lost Gold

The Strangeness – Background Context of Unsolved Homicides

The men at Eva’s Boarding House, Houston, Texas, 1967

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Hi readers.  There must have been 20 of us staying at Eva’s for $20 a week.  Two meals a day and a bed, usually 2-3 guys to a room.  All the rooms were sectioned off with imaginary boundaries so each renter had a footlocker and place to hang his clothes, shared a shower and john.

We were welders, mechanics, service station attendants, short order cooks, construction workers and day laborers.  Eva made sure we all had jobs, before she’d rent to anyone.  She ran a high quality place and didn’t want any riffraff staying there.  And most of us stayed.  During the year I lived there only a few moved on, only a rare new guy came in.

So we all got to know one another, became a mealtime community of sorts.  Mostly hung out nights at the bar next door called the Buckhorn.  We were almost all veterans, by hindsight I’d say we were headed to an alcoholic future if we kept on the way we were going.  But we were America.  Young guys between 20 and 30 years old, all white, all working hard and assuming that was how a person lives.

Naturally most of us thought about women a lot, tried to pick up women anytime they came into the Buckhorn.  Flirted with Eva when we got a chance.  Told one another stories about women we knew, women where we’d been, women we’d been in the sack with, women we couldn’t get into the sack.

A few of the guys at Eva’s were divorced, and I recall one from Victoria or Wharton who was still married and went off weekends to see his family.  The rest of us mostly hung out in bars or tried to womanize however we could.  Around that time I began dating my [now] ex-wife in Port Lavaca and spending the weekends down the coast.

We guys at Eva’s couldn’t care less about politics.  Lyndon Johnson was president, the Vietnam War was raging, and it was none of our business.  We wanted to drink a lot and we wanted women.

One day during the evening meal someone said a shop had opened further down Alabama Street where the sold dirty books and had machines you could put a quarter into.  He said they actually showed people screwing in those machines.  Movies showing people screwing for a quarter.

Most of us were skeptical.  That sort of thing would get a person in jail, we speculated.  So after supper we all headed down there, walking along Alabama Street, laughing and joking, poking one another in the ribs.  Into the first porn shop in Houston, Texas.

A lot of quarters went into those machines that night.  And on the way home, at
meals for days afterward it was the dominating subject of conversation.
Wondering how those people were getting by with showing that.  Wondering what kind of people the women were, whether they were hookers, strippers, or just regular women.

Most of the guys figured they were strippers and hookers. Figured the place was
run by off-duty cops so’s to allow it to stay open.  Shows how the world has
matured since 1967.

We guys at Eva’s had been around the block, been overseas, most of us.  Served in the military.  Hung around with hookers, drank, gambled and drove too fast.  While drunk sometimes.  We thought we knew a lot.  And we knew nothing.

I never saw any of those guys again after I got married in August that year for the next 25 years.  I’m betting they all went right on through life thinking they knew a lot, same as we’d thought back at Eva’s.  I certainly did.  A lot of what I knew I learned from those guys at Eva’s.  Or at least a piece of it.  And none of us knew anything for me to learn from.  We wee a bunch of ignorant normal people.

We thought the women in those porn videos were different from other women.  Different from the women we knew, except maybe hookers we knew.  There was no way we could have guesseed they were probably just regular women who decided they wanted to give that a try and weren’t ashamed, browbeaten, frightened by public opinion into not doing it.

Likely some were fair to middling good people.

But we guys down at Eva’s Boarding House hadn’t lived long enough to understand this world is a complicated place for human beings.  It’s bad about keeping the cards close to the cuff.

Old Jules

“If those Japanese could have held out through one more atomic bomb we wouldn’t be eating this crap!”

Hi readers.  Here’s wishing you a fulfilling independence from having the British for your bosses ordering you around and making you drink their damned tea.  If our ancestors hadn’t won their independence from the British we’d have had to fight on their side during WWI and WWII, the way their other colonies did.

Anyway, that WWI museum got me thinking about what GIs used to eat.  There was a long shelf of displays of their mess kits, carved fancier than a POW would do.  Beautiful designs and artwork produced while their feet were rotting off in trenches between having the bejesus shelled out of them and being sniped at across no-man’s-land.

 In Korea, at least in the First Cavalry Division, what we ate in 1963-1964 whenever we were on field rations was all left over from WWII.  1945ish WWII.  K Rations.

Breakfast Unit  Canned meat product Biscuits Compressed cereal bar Powdered coffee Fruit bar Chewing gum Sugar tablets Four cigarettes Water-purification tablets Can opener Wooden spoon

Breakfast Unit
Canned meat product
Biscuits
Compressed cereal bar
Powdered coffee
Fruit bar
Chewing gum
Sugar tablets
Four cigarettes
Water-purification tablets
Can opener
Wooden spoon

Camp Howze, Korea, had an enormous bunker chock full of K Rations of the nostalgic variety dating from before the Japanese surprised us with a surrender while we still had an atomic bomb and one-hell-of-a-lot of K Rations left.  I can testify from personal experience the US Army was patriotic and continued eating those rations 20 years after the premature and cowardly surrender of Japan.

Dinner Unit  Canned cheese product Biscuits A candy bar Chewing gum Powdered beverage Granulated sugar Salt tablets Cigarettes Matches Can opener  Wooden spoon

Dinner Unit
Canned cheese product
Biscuits
A candy bar
Chewing gum
Powdered beverage
Granulated sugar
Salt tablets
Cigarettes
Matches
Can opener
Wooden spoon

 Our quonsot hut had a corner filled with Ks still in the cartons so we could fill those long winter nights with partying song, beer, and anything worth eating in a crate of Ks.

Supper Unit Canned meat product Biscuits Bouillon powder Candy Chewing gum Powdered coffee Granulated sugar Cigarettes Can opener Toilet paper Wooden spoon

Supper Unit
Canned meat product
Biscuits
Bouillon powder
Candy
Chewing gum
Powdered coffee
Granulated sugar
Cigarettes
Can opener
Toilet paper
Wooden spoon

The cigarettes in ours weren’t Chesterfields.  Ours were Lucky Strikes in a Green package.  As in the old radio WWII jingle, “Lucky Strike green has gone to war!”  Lucky Strike changed colors after the war to red and white, but Luckies kept right on fighting in green until all those damned Ks were consumed by GIs.

Ahhh.  Nothing like sparking up a Lucky out of a carton of Ks, working fast to inhale a little tobacco smoke before it burned down to your fingertips.  Those smokes were 20 years old and we never found a way to add enough moisture to keep them smoking instead of burning.

And the chocolate!  The godforsaken chocolate turned white with age.  We didn’t care.  Everything in those Ks got tried and nobody ever died from them.  And I never heard of anyone getting drunk from them.

Fact was, a person with extra money could go to the PX and get crackers, but if he did he’d have to share with the whole hooch.  Same with sardines.  And we had KATUSAs in our hooch.  Four of them.  Korean Augmentations to the US Army.  And those bastards could go through a case of crackers, cans of sardines, quicker than you could make a grab for a can before they were gone.

But even the KATUSAs couldn’t make remarkably short work of a case of Ks.  There was always enough for everyone, along with some leftovers to munch on guard duty.

Damn.  These modern all-volunteer military guys are spoiled.  Except maybe in Korea.  Hell, in Korea they might still be eating Ks and wishing to hell the Japanese had gutted out another atomic bomb.

Old Jules

Ferry tales

All but two of these guys were 2 year draftees or single enlistment 3 year recruits.  Those would have all come home before the end of 1964, ETS [expiration term of service].  Just in time to miss the Vietnam debacle.  Those returning to the US for reassignment went to 11th Air Assault Group, Fort Gordon, GA, training to jump out of helicopters.  Then the Army moved the 1st Cavalry Division to Vietnam, dissolved the 11th Air Assault Group, and sent everyone in it to Vietnam.  I'm betting these guys had better sense than to reinlist.

All but two of these guys were 2 year draftees or single enlistment 3 year recruits. Those would have all come home before the end of 1964, ETS [expiration term of service]. Just in time to miss the Vietnam debacle. Those returning to the US for reassignment went to 11th Air Assault Group, Fort Gordon, GA, training to jump out of helicopters. Then the Army moved the 1st Cavalry Division to Vietnam, dissolved the 11th Air Assault Group, and sent everyone in it to Vietnam. I’m betting these guys had better sense than to reenlist.

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

Camp Howze, Korea, 1963, 1964.  I was standing in a chow line almost certainly with one of the guys in this picture waiting for breakfast.  A twelve-year-old Korean lad came down the line selling Stars and Stripes newspapers, yelling, “Lots of Japs killed!  Hurrah!  Lots of Japs killed!

Koreans still savored a deep hatred for Japanese in those days.  Having your mamas and grandmamas raped more-or-less whenever the mood hit for a few decades probably does that.  At least when the rapers are of a particular nationality.  [I’ve wondered whether East Germans don’t feel some of that toward the Rooskies because of their grannies during the retreat from the Eastern Front].

Anyway, it was a ferry disaster of some sort carrying Japanese passengers.  The first time I recall ever paying any mind to ferries and the associated dangers.

But over the decades I’ve certainly heard about a lot of them.  I suspect a risk assessment involving frequent use of ferries would reveal it to be more dangerous than airliners, trains or busses.  Not to say I haven’t ridden on a lot of them.

But on a ferry going between [I think] Newport News, RI, and Long Island, a nuclear attack submarine surfaced next to our ferry almost close enough to touch.  We assumed at the time the submarine commander was perfectly aware of the ferry.  By hindsight, though, I’m brought to wonder whether he had to go change his shorts when our presence and proximity came to his attention.

A person used to be able to pay once to get on the Statin Island Ferry and ride it back and forth all night, which I did a good many times.  Near misses with smaller craft were relatively common and a source of amusement for the ferry passengers.

I was on a ferry to one of the outer banks islands of Georgia, or North Carolina once when it hit something hard enough to jangle the eye-teeth of everyone aboard.  Never heard what it was, but none of the passengers were laughing.

Which is to say, life’s full of surprises and ferries have the potential for providing new ones.

I don’t recall when I began carrying a couple of hundred feet of small diameter 200 pound test rope with me in my luggage when I travelled.  But I do recall it was a decision I made watching people diving out of the windows of burning multi-story buildings on the news.  A bit of rope, I observed, would have saved a lot of them by allowing them to get off the upper floors and beneath the fires.

If I had to ride a ferry every day I’d probably decide an inflatable camp pillow would provide a nice place to sit on those hard ferry benches.  One person aboard protected by one inflatable pillow would remove the temptation those vessels wave around in front of the Coincidence Coordinators inviting disaster.

Old Jules

 

 

Photos VA Chapel and Weston, MO house courtesy of Jeanne

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Possumly Jesse James, or a Younger or Dalton or someone else lived here, or visited here, or rode a horse by the place and gazed at it as he/she went by.

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!895 Chapel for VA Center at Fort Leavenworth in seriously bad repair. Protestant downstairs, Catholic further downstairs though the signs are somewhat misleading. No harm in a protestant attending Mass or a Catholic racking up some fire and brimstone occasionally, I reckons.

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Interesting stained glass work. Dunno whether it’s Catholic or the other one.

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Gargoyles are shared equally by Catholics and Protestants.

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The VA hospital environment surrounding this seems obliquely appropriate.

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The metalwork on those doors is probably symbolic of something, but everyone who once knew what it was is dead.

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This end of the building is in bad repair threatening collapse in places, but ain’t likely to get any better.

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Directly across the street from the chapel. It’s been through a long series of declines and repairs but we need another World War of considerable duration to bring it back to full bloom. Need to conscript all these young houdilums and get them on track to need a place such as this.

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The sign above the door reads, THE DUGOUT and can still be made out with a bit of squinting. I’m thinking it was a club for the people going through treatment, might have been used as recently as the Vietnam War.

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The Dugout

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